1. The Greek Alphabet. Punctuation 2. Accents 3. First and Second Declensions. The Declension of alphagammaalphathetaomicron . The Declension of the Definite Article 4. First Declension Nouns (Continued). The Relative Pronoun 5. Regular Verbs: Present and Future Indicative Active. Infinitive in Indirect Discourse 6. The Third Or Consonant Declension. Clauses of Result 7. Irregular and Neuter Nouns of the Third Declension. Expressions of Time. Dative of Possession 8. The Imperfect. The First and Second Aorists Indicative and Infinitive 9. Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs. Declension of etadeltaiotaomeganu 10. Demonstratives 11. Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns. Enclitics. Dative and Accusative of Respect 12. The Verb epsiloniotamuiota. The Pronoun alphaupsilontauomicron 13. MI-Verbs: Present, Imperfect, and First and Second Aorist Indicative Active of iota tauetamuiota and Compound deltaiotadeltaomegamuiota. Verbs 14. MI-Verbs: Present, Imperfect, and Second Aorist Indicative Active of tauiotathetaetamuiota iotaetamuiota. Present and Imperfect of deltaepsiloniotakappanuupsilonmuiota. 15. Contract Verbs: tauiotamualphaomega and phiiotalambdaepsilonomega 16. deltaetalambdaomicronomega. Future of Liquid Verbs. Personal Pronouns 17. Adjectives in -upsilon , -epsiloniotaalpha, -upsilon, and -eta , -epsilon . Adjectives and Contract Adjectives 18. Declensions of pialpha , muepsilongammaalpha , and piomicronlambdaupsilon 19. Present, Future, and Second Aorist Participles Active and Contract Verbs 20. First Aorist Active Participle of OMEGA-Verbs. Present and Second Aorist Participles Active of MI-Verbs 21. Uses of the Participle 22. Present and Aorist Subjunctive Active. Future More Vivid and Present General Conditions 23. The Optative. Purpose Clauses with iotanualpha, omega , and omicronpiomega . 24. Future Less Vivid and Past General Conditions. Indirect Discourse with omicrontauiota and omega . Indirect Questions 25. The Middle and Passive Voices. Present Indicative, Middle and Passive. Future Indicative Middle. Clauses Expressing Fear 26. Imperfect Middle and Passive and Second Aorist Middle. Temporal Clauses 27. First Aorist Middle. Reflexive Pronouns. Contrary-to-Fact Conditions 28. Present Middle and Passive and Aorist Middle Subjunctive. The Hortatory Subjunctive 29. The Middle and Passive Optative 30. The Aorist Passive and the Future Passive. Dative of Means and Genitive of Personal Agent 31. The First and Second Perfect Active 32. The Perfect and Pluperfect Middle and Passive of Vowel Stems. Dative of Personal Agent 33. Perfect Middle and Passive System of Mute Stems 34. The Imperative of OMEGA- and Contract Verbs 35. The Imperative of MI-Verbs 36. Summary of Verbs 37. Numerals 38. Irregular Second Aorists 39. Imperative of epsiloniotamuiota. Conjugation of epsiloniotamuiota. 40. Conjugation of phietamuiota and omicroniotadeltaalpha. Verbal Adjectives. Clauses of Effort Appendices 1. Names Mentioned in the Text 2. Declensions 3. Pronouns and Adverbs 4. Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals and Numeral Adverbs 5. OMEGA-Verbs 6. Contract Verbs 7. MI-Verbs 8. Summary of Syntax 9. The Prepositions, With Their Commonest Meanings 10. Irregular Verbs, With Their Principal Parts Greek-English Vocabulary English-Greek Vocabulary
Alston Hurd Chase is Chairman of the Department of the Classics, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts. Henry Phillips, Jr., is Professor of Greek, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire.